Speeding up drug discovery with diffusion generative models
A team of researchers, advised by Professor Regina Barzilay at the Jameel Clinic, the epicentre of machine learning and health at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), has developed DiffDock, a molecular docking model that has the potential to discover new drugs faster than traditional methods and reduce the risk of adverse side effects. A paper introducing this groundbreaking model will be presented at the '11th International Conference on Learning Representations'. DiffDock's unique approach to computational drug design represents a paradigm shift from current state-of-the-art tools used by most pharmaceutical companies, presenting a significant opportunity for revolutionising the traditional drug development pipeline.
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